Auberge de la Quatr'Heurie
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... year in autumn, one of the ten most important fairs in France. It has a large Les Halles marketplace with all the wonderful displays of food France is so famous for. I sent Jim off on his own so I could do a little shopping in the stalls all around the outside of the market.
And of course the town is forever associated with Dijon mustard which originated in 1856, when Jean Naigeon of Dijon substituted verjuice, ...
Spent our last day before heading back into Paris wandering around Dijon. It is a lot smaller than I imagined. It probably about size of Wellington or Christchurch pre quakes. Much older though of course. Streets are beautiful. We were lucky enough to come across a very big market. ...
Today was an adventure. We set off to see some Roman ruins Vaison La romaine. This was off the beaten track .... GPS told us 1hr 30 from Nimes .... Shame you cannot tell your GPS that you need wide roads .... It took us on an interesting path to say the least.... Bloody scary path. We got to Orange and got off highway as instructed it then told us to do a u turn at the toll booth mmmm not likely. It then got us and itself lost.. ...
... in one of the town squares and the house he lived in is still here.
It was really really hot the day we visited - the temperature hovered in the high 80’s. It was also the last full day of sunshine we have had since then! I lose track of time but I think that was about 8-9 days ago. We were coming off a period of having had almost no wifi coverage for several days on end and I had things I really needed to do with wifi, so we split our time in ...
... some not allowed parts!) that runs along the Soane River. We stopped at the bakery on the far side of the bridge to grab 2 croissants, and off we went.
There were lots of fisherman about. Even more than usual, and it turned out there was some kind of fishing tournament going on along the Soane that day. Fishermen are all over the place in France, all along the rivers, along the canal, even here in the harbor-port.